Paul Walker Net Worth at the Time of His Death

At the time of his passing in 2013, American actor Paul Walker had a net worth of $25 million. Paul Walker is best known for playing the lead in the “Fast and Furious” movie series. On November 30, 2013, Paul, who was 40 years old, unfortunately, perished in a car accident while en route to a charitable event.

Net Worth: $25 Million
Date of Birth: Sep 12, 1973 – Nov 30, 2013 (40 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession: Actor, Model, Film Producer
Nationality: United States of America

Net Worth

Paul Walker’s net worth was reported at $25 million. On September 12, 1973, in Glendale, California, he was given the name Paul William Walker IV. For his part in the 1986 movie “Monsters In Your Closet,” he made his debut. As an actor in the Fast and the Furious series, Paul Walker is most well-known. In 2001’s “The Fast and the Furious,” he had his breakout role.

Early Years

On September 12, 1973, Paul William Walker IV was born in Glendale, California. His father, Paul William Walker III, was a former boxer who won the Golden Gloves championship twice, and his mother Cheryl was a fashion model. Walker made his acting debut at the age of two by appearing in a Pampers advertisement. Walker was the eldest of five children and was reared as a Mormon. Fun fact: He and his sister Ashlie participated in an episode of the game show I’m Telling! in 1989. He graduated from Village Christian School in Sun Valley in 1991 after attending high school in the San Fernando Valley. Paul studied marine biology at a community college in Southern California.

Personal Life

Walker resided in Santa Barbara with his pets prior to his terrible passing. Walker and his former girlfriend Rebecca Soteros had a child together, named Meadow Rain Walker. After 13 years of living in Hawaii with her mother, Meadow relocated to California in 2011 to live with Walker. Vin Diesel is the godfather of Meadow. At the time of his passing, Paul was seeing Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell.

In addition to having a brown belt in jiu-jitsu, Walker also enjoyed marine biology, racing cars, and other pursuits. He was a car aficionado and had roughly 30 vehicles. He co-owned some of them with Roger Rodas.

Following Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, Walker and his nonprofit organization, Reach Out Worldwide, took a plane there to provide aid. Walker additionally provided his personal assistance to the citizens of Constitucion, Chile, after an 8.8 magnitude earthquake there in March 2012.

Career

Walker maintained a steady modeling career prior to his major success. He was chosen for his debut film role in the 1986 comedy-horror flick Monster in Your Closet. Walker obtained a second role in The Retaliator, a low-budget cyborg action movie, in 1987. On the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, Walker got the brief but important role of Brandon Collins. He co-starred with Heather Tom, and at the Youth in Film Awards, the two were up for Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress.

When Walker made an appearance in the drama Meet the Deedles in 1998, he, at last, began to receive some recognition. This resulted in additional supporting parts throughout the late 1990s and early 2000s, such as cameos in “Pleasantville,” a 1998 teen dramedy, opposite Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire, “Varsity Blues,” a 1999 drama about high school football, “with James Van Der Beek,” “She’s All That,” with Freddie Prinze, Jr., and “The Skulls” (2000). He was now considered a Hollywood heartthrob by his adolescent fans.

Walker’s most significant break came in 2001 when he co-starred with Vin Diesel in the wildly popular action movie The Fast and the Furious. Paul obtained parts in the exciting street racing thriller’s 2003 sequel, “2 Fast 2 Furious,” as well as the fourth, fifth, and sixth entries in the franchise after turning in a critically acclaimed performance. Together with Vin Diesel, Walker won an MTV Movie Award in 2016 for Best On-Screen Duo.

He continued his acting career with prominent roles in the movies Joy Ride (2001), Timeline (2003), and Into the Blue after establishing himself as a bankable leading man with his Fast and Furious performance (2005.) In 2006’s Flags of our Fathers, directed by Clint Eastwood, he played a minor supporting role. After that, Walker went on to land other noteworthy roles in movies like the spooky thriller “Running Scared” (2006), “Into the Blue” (2005), “And eight Below,” which debuted at number one and made over $20 million in its opening weekend in 2006, “The Lazarus Project” in 2008, and “Takers” (2010). Walker also had an appearance in the “Expedition Great White” TV show on the National Geographic Channel. Walker was the face of the company Davidoff Cool Water for Men in addition to his roles on television and the big screen.

Sadly, on November 30, 2013, an automobile accident in Santa Clarita, California, claimed the life of Paul Walker. Paul had just turned 40. Before his passing, he had finished the Hurricane Katrina-themed movie Hours, which was released on December 13, 2013. He had been filming Furious 7, the seventh entry in the Fast and Furious franchise, and his brothers Caleb and Cody served as body doubles and stand-ins for him during the production.

Paul Walker’s earnings

Paul’s earnings from the first two Fast & Furious movies were just $1 million. His pay increased to $7 million for “Fast & Furious,” his third appearance in the franchise. His reported earnings for “Fast Five,” “Fast & Furious 6,” and “Furious 7” (posthumously) totaled $15 million, for a total of $54 million in earnings from the franchise.

Fast & Furious Earnings

Paul Walker Fast & Furious Earnings
Year Movie Salary
2001 The Fast and the Furious $1 million
2003 2 Fast 2 Furious $1 million
2009 Fast & Furious $7 million
2011 Fast Five $15 million
2013 Fast & Furious 6 $15 million
2015 Furious 7 $15 million
Total Earnings: $54 million

Death

Paul Walker and Roger Rodas, Walker’s financial advisor, leave an event on November 30, 2013, at 3:30 p.m. PST for Reach Out Worldwide, Walker’s charity event for Typhoon Haiyan victims. In Valencia, Santa Clarita, California, Rodas was traveling in Walker’s Porsche Carrera between 80 and 93 mph in a 45 mph zone on Hercules Street. According to reports, the location was a favorite for drifting automobiles. The automobile slammed into two trees and a concrete light post before catching fire. The males were stuck in the automobile and couldn’t be removed by onlookers. Burns and numerous injuries claimed the lives of Rodas and Walker. Police found no evidence of alcohol or other drugs in either man’s system, making the speed of the car and worn tires the main causes of the collision. Paul’s remains were cremated and interred at Los Angeles’ Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

In December 2014, Walker’s father brought a wrongful death lawsuit against Rodas’ estate. They reached an out-of-court agreement. Meadow Walker, Walker’s daughter, sued Porsche for wrongful death in September 2015. The model of the car allegedly included a number of design effects, according to the lawsuit. The legal system sided with Porsche in April 2016.

 

US$25 million

What is the value of Paul Walker’s daughter?

Since Meadow was Walker’s only child, she also received a $10 million settlement from Roger Rodas’ estate and received Walker’s entire estate. The 22-year-old model reportedly has a net worth of $50 million at the moment.

What was Paul Walker’s final on-screen action?

The production’s aim was to honor the late actor, who the cast and crew cherished. In Walker’s last scene, his franchise character Brian O Connor, gave up a life of crime to settle down with his wife and child.

When Paul died, how far along in production was Fast and Furious 7?

Halfway
Fast & Furious 7 was halfway through production when Paul Walker passed away last night in a car accident.